|Shortcut in Eclipse IDE|
On the left of the code section, any unused variables will have a squiggly
yellow underline and a small warning box in the errors/warning strip to the
side. There is no keyboard shortcut, unfortunately.
|Eclipse ALT shortcut of Windows on Mac|
Unfortunately, this functionality does not exist in OS X.
However, you may find it useful to access the menus (outside the create
new... dialog) using ctrl + F2 (or ctrl + fn + F2 if the function buttons
are used for volume etc).
Eg. to access File > Open File ... you could do:
ctrl + F2, F, arrow down, O, enter
This is not as quick as in Windows, but it can be a workaround.
|Undo shortcut not working in Eclipse|
The key bindings are stored in the file
You can search for Ctrl+Z in this file. What does it look like? You could
try to edit it by hand.
Of course, it is advisable to backup the workspace before.
|Changing Eclipse Exit Shortcut|
I checked my Eclipse environment, I don't have this problem. Ctrl+ X is for
I can suggest to go where you did, and look inside the bindings column, if
there is any ctrl+x and change it.
Look also for other programs you are running, maybe they listen to
|Eclipse shortcut "go to line + column"|
Ctrl+L Jump to Line Number. To hide/show line numbers, press ctrl+F10
and select 'Show Line Numbers'
There is no way to go to a particular column according to my knowledge.
It you want more short-cuts, refer
|Unable to start eclipse via shortcut|
Add the line -XX:-UseCompressedOops to eclipse.ini and check out if it
Obviously, you need to remove the last line -XX:+UseCompressedOops.
If you still get the problems then try to run the application as
Secondly, How much JVM you have: 32-bit or 64-bit JVM?
And which version of eclipse did you downloaded: 32 bit or 64-bit eclipse?
They both must be same bitwise for compatiblity.
|Quick casting shortcut in eclipse|
I actually have this code template set up for my Eclipse. Here's how you
can configure it.
Open the Preferences dialog by going to Windows > Preferences and then
navigate to Java > Editor > Templates. Click on New... here to create
a new Code Template as shown below.
Now, within the Java file editor, select the Object you want to type cast
and hit Ctrl + Space.
Invoke the code template and you'll get something like
[type] [new_name] = ([type]) new ArrayList<String>();
where the  indicate that type can be specified using auto-complete.
There's also a default cast template available which can be invoked by
typing cast and then hitting Ctrl + Space. The difference is that it
doesn't support selections but lets you specify the target object through
|Eclipse shortcut to find function name|
You can use CTRL+O which gives a list of methods in the popup.
That gives Outline of current source
It lists all the methods in the File.
|Is there a keyboard shortcut in Eclipse for "open declaration in layout"?|
If you CTRL + Shift + r : you can open any resource.
Using this with any text selected will pre-populate the open resource
dialog with the text you selected. After that you should be able to find
the file you want very quickly and double click it to open (or use down
arrow and enter for openting without using a mouse).
Hope this helps.
|Eclipse shortcut not working (Android string extracting)|
You have to have the string highlighted first. Once it is highlighted,
performing the shortcut Alt+Shift+A;S should bring up the prompt for
extracting an Android String. You can also use Ctrl+1, and then choose the
option from that menu.
|Eclipse. Keyboard shortcut to close search window|
I simply use the Esc key to close the find window. You might be able to
change the keybindning in Window > Preferences > General > Key. I had a
quick fly-over but didn't find anything useful.
|eclipse shortcut(keys) to create a package under a project src/main/java?|
Command + Alt + N
Ctrl + Alt + N
This command would give you a list of options so that you could create
project, class or package.
However, this command does not create the package under src/main/java, and
there's no command to do that for you unless you write your own Eclispe
plugin. In fact, packages are not always under src/main/java (e.g., see
here: http://www.playframework.com/documentation/1.0.1/ide#eclipse), so
there's no reason for Eclispe development team to implement that feature.
|Eclipse stopped recognizing my Kinesis keyboard shortcut buttons(copy, paste, etc)?|
There are two ways to solve it: switch workspace, or "Restore Defaults" in
the Preferences -> Keys menu
You can also switched workspace , that's what i did first, and everything
worked fine again( i guess bec. I didn't fiddle with keys & shortcuts).
Apparently, based on this SO link - really weird eclipse keyboard
behavior/bug? - it may be a configuration issue that is
workspace-dependent(maybe a custom keyboard shortcut I added-on ??!?).
I'm still curious about a way to narrow down why, but it looks like a clash
of the key-bindings.
Here's another link, Switching workspaces
|Can I make Visual Studio recognize more than just two shortcut key sequences for a keyboard shortcut binding?|
As far as i know are only maximum 2 sequences allowed in Visual Studio
2012. You can check that when you open the Options in Visual Studio and
open the Keyboard Settings.
I have checked that by using Ctrl+A, Ctrl+C, but i´m not allowed to add
|How to show only (src) files not (target) files by Eclipse shortcut (cntrl + alt + R)?|
In the project-settings on java build-path you'll find on source a checkbox
Disable it, for not getting files which are in the target folder to your
So you will not find it by Eclipse shortcut (CTRL+Shift+R)
|Autoincrement PK in JDeveloper|
Check out my groovy sample at
Which shows you how to use a groovy expression to do your use case.
|Little issue with JDeveloper & Vaadin|
Instead of hitting run on your project - select a specific page in your
application that you want to run in the application navigator, right click
on it and choose run.
Or just select a specific JSF/JSP/Servlet that you want to run when
|Testing web service in JDeveloper 12c|
you have to give the firstname and lastname in the bar provided just above
the Send request
in the following manner
and then click send request button
|Jdeveloper 12c and Glassfish libs|
When you are running your code in JDeveloper it uses WebLogic - are you
sure your classes don't interfere with the default WebLogic classes for
InitialContext for example?
Another option is to try running your project from JDeveloper on a
Glassfish server and see if it works there.
|Jdeveloper war deployment to tomcat|
Download jaxws-rt-2.0-SNAPSHOT.jar and jaxws-2_0.jar
Copy into $CATALINA_HOME/lib folder
Add the following in web.xml under web-app
............<!--your other servlet definations-->
create sun-jaxws.xml under your applications web-inf folder and configure
endpoints.You can have a look at jdeveloper generated xml file to get all
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
|JDeveloper Deployment to WLS IPv6 issue|
If your server has a IPv4 address, and you haven't changed the WLS
settings, then you will have a IPv4 access already.
It reports the address as IPv6 since most software will default to using
IPv6 if available.
|For-each loop in JDeveloper doesn't map the response at all|
I'm not sure if I've made any syntactical error or if any namespace is
Right both times, I think.
First, the syntax errors.
If the XML introduced with the words "The xsl code is" is in fact the
entire stylesheet, then your first syntactic error is that your stylesheet
is not namespace-well-formed: you have not declared any of the namespace
prefixs ns2, ns3, xsl.
Your second syntactic error is at the XSLT level: the namespace prefix tns
is also not declared.
Your third syntactic error is that the outermost element does not include
any xsl:version attribute.
When I supply dummy namespace declarations for the unbound prefixes (and
http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform for the prefix xsl) and supply an
xsl:version="1.0" attribute on the outermost element, then the stylesheet
|Local SQLite connection on JDeveloper|
Download https://code.google.com/p/sqlite-jdbc/. Then in your JDeveloper go
to Tools>ManageLibraries and create a new library. Check the
'DeployedByDefault' checkbox there and add the JAR in the library
(>addEntry). Then go to your Project, go to ProjectProperties and then to
Libraries and Classpath and click on Add Library to add your new library to
your project. Rebuild your project or restart JDeveloper in the worst case
and you should be fine.
|Where can I change allocated memory of JDeveloper?|
Where can I change allocated memory of JDeveloper?
For JDeveloper 11.1.2.x, you can configure VM options in the JDeveloper
configuration file at jdeveloper/jdev/bin/jdev.conf. For example, to set
the maximum heap size to 2GB, add the following line to this file:
Note that this only affects the IDE - to set memory limits for the internal
Weblogic Server, you can set the USER_MEM_ARGS environment variable before
launching the IDE, like
$ export USER_MEM_ARGS="-Xms256m -Xmx1024m"
Also Maximum and optimum memory for this IDE
The more, the better. There is no limit besides those imposed by the
operating system or the Java virtual machine you are using (32 bit vs. 64
My Machine has a 4GB RAM, I use SOA,BPEL frameworks in that.
I really suggest t
|How to activate Completion Insight in JDeveloper IDE|
Javadoc-Documentation (Press Alt and Mouse Over on a class or method in
java source code)
find more here:
|Deploy .war developed in jdeveloper on glassfish4.0|
There are different options, outlined for example in this question: Best
way to deploy on Glassfish V3. Your easiest option is to use the Glassfish
Admin GUI on http://localhost:4848.
If you want something that is integrated in JDeveloper you can try
GlassFish Extension for Oracle JDeveloper or read this article and this
|JDeveloper Error : (CMD property not found in autorun.inf)|
That link you posted has a more or less working answer. I had the same
problem and found that at the same time as this question. I'll post the
answer here, along with what I had to do to get it working.
1. Extract "jdev_suite_121200_win64.exe" file into
2. In cmd go to C:jdev_suite_121200_win64Disk1
3. Execute follow command:
C:PROGRA~1Javajdk1.6.0_31injava.exe (..your JDK..) -jar
This answer, for whatever reason, actually failed every time I tried to
install using the Java 7 jdk java.exe, and was incredibly frustrating.
However, once I ran it with my Java 6.0_38 jdk java.exe, everything ran
fine. The installer will tell you that the check for Java failed because it
|how to upload images from server in jdeveloper forms?|
Info on image uploading is here:
There is no built-in functionality in ADF to allow you to edit images.
You'll need to integrate a third party solution for this.
|Oracle security ADF Faces Error 401--Unauthorized JDeveloper 12C|
I get it now running on Jdeveloper 12c. The probleme was that i have some
corrupted files in my application which always force default Authentictor
to ignore that an user authentication is successful.
I just create a brand new application, migrate the jsf pages and also a new
ADF Secure configuration.
|connecting mysql database with oracle mobile adf using JDeveloper 11|
I'm assuming your MySQL DB is on a server.
You'll need to build a layer of web services that expose the data from that
DB and then you'll call those services from ADF Mobile to get data.
Here is one approach:
|Error upon runnnig JDeveloper 10.1.3.4: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError|
I fixed the problem by adding a lib directory inside JDeveloper
installation. For example:
Then I added the missing jar file (xmlparserv2.jar) inside the lib
directory such as:
|Invalid resource selected while importing WSDL created in Jdeveloper|
When you want to publish a JCA DatabaseAdapter as a business service in OSB
console you have to click in the button like (a box with arrow) in the JCA
Or if you want to do it in Eclipse you have to follow this guide
(the correct step is
|eclipse:clean eclipse:eclipse - maven command usage|
I am not sure the reason behind your problem " when i tried to access any
of the generated class in my src directory, i get compiler error stating
that the class is not defined. "
But I can tell you the meaning of command you are using
As far as I know in maven we can define more than one goal at a time to
eclipse:clean \Deletes the .project, .classpath, .wtpmodules files and
.settings folder used by Eclipse.
eclipse:eclipse \build the project into eclipse project like structure.
|Can you add an ESC Key shortcut?|
I don't think there is a direct solution to this, You can use this
workaround, Set the ShortcutKeyDisplayString in code
menuStripItem.ShortcutKeyDisplayString = "ESC";
Within the KeyDown event of the form check if ESC is pressed and Close()
|Shortcut for if else|
Maybe using the vectorized version ifelse
> df$new <- ifelse(any(df[,"a"]=="F"), "A", "B")
a b new
1 A 1 B
2 B 2 B
3 C 3 B
4 D 4 B
5 E 5 B
|How to run a shortcut|
This one works for me
private void mainForm_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
Process proc = new Process();
proc.StartInfo.FileName = @"c:d.lnk";
In my applications I usually add injection.
There is one "config class" that holds the stores (declared with
Ext.getStore("...");) and it injects the stores into the
components/controllers that need it.
That way, if you need to rename something or change a store, in a
controller for example, you just need to alter the config class and nothing
So you would have one "config" class that could look like this
className : "MyApp.store.myStore",
value: "some string value",
|Two shortcut with Two Icons for the same App|
Of course you can have two or more launcher activities in your application.
Just set an intent filter with launch attributes.
If you want to start a service from the AppDrawer, just call an empty
Activty which starts the Service in onCreate
|WPF shortcut in whole window|
It sounds like your event is being handled before it bubbles up that far.
Next I am wondering if you could move your input binding up to your window
rather than a user control. My final option would be to remove your input
bindings and create a global check in code.
Since you're already working with input bindings, I have added the code
protected override void OnStartup(StartupEventArgs e)
UIElement.KeyDownEvent, new RoutedEventHandler(GlobalClick));
private void GlobalClick(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
var args = (KeyEventArgs) e;
if (args.KeyboardDevice.IsKeyDown(Key.M) &&
|wix shortcut xsl file|
Something like this should work:
<xsl:template match="wix:File[@Id='APP.exe' and
Use a similar template for each shortcut you want. I haven't tested it and
might have switched which shortcut you want for Debug.